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26 Mar 2016 09:59 AM  

Blimey, another whole bunch of tea samples I've not seen before. Are they recent aquisitions or have you had them tucked away?

Would like to see some close ups.

I figure a fair portion of your collection are European and a lot of them British. Do you buy many of them in Aus or do you have to import most of them?

Anyway, fantasic show as always.

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26 Mar 2016 01:46 PM  
Mega stuff!
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26 Mar 2016 06:41 PM  
Bottom row, second from left. Let's have a closey please.

All very nice, mind.
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28 Mar 2016 03:43 PM  

 Here's one i picked up at Peterborough on Friday.

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28 Mar 2016 05:46 PM  

two inches high  ..Lyles golden syrup...  a sample tin ?

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31 Mar 2016 10:00 PM  

 Nice little syrup tin Ken , not seen that size before

madwon , I like the Emblem tofffee 
If you decide to let it go Pete..   relics@iprimus.com.au 

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31 Mar 2016 10:07 PM  

 Hilbert .. most of my tins are Australian or British ..Do have a few European tins , . a few from Canada , US
If they appeal , I'll want them , but not all tins appeal to me , even some of the sought after British tins .

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23 Aug 2016 01:54 AM  

A sample of Cacao Cida, the smallest of the series. 

 

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27 Aug 2016 07:18 PM  
Yet again, meg stuff folks
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12 Sep 2016 02:09 AM  

 Small spring loaded coin holder for sixpences .
Promotional item for Robur tea 

" Robur is good tea "

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12 Sep 2016 02:18 AM  

 Typhoo tea miniature tinplate coal scuttle 
Embossed lid  " Sumner's Typhoo Tipps Tea "

I've had this for years but never had it displayed because I don't like the look of it . 
Looks like it's been hand painted at some stage . 
Anybody know what colour this would have been originally and what colour the embossed advertising was . Might be worth touching up 

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12 Sep 2016 07:07 PM  

I know what you mean. Would look OK in better nick and with the text picked out.

Never seen one before.

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12 Sep 2016 07:48 PM  
Bonkers rare
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23 Nov 2016 09:20 AM  

Mazawattee tea sample tin
Scarce Victorian vesta  example 

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23 Nov 2016 09:32 AM  

Like the Steamship tins Relics - have you got hold of this booklet?

 

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